For years I woud hear these words and not only be obvivious to what they meant but also naive as to how they were used. They are after all, text editors.
Turns out, most serious writers use text editors to crank out volumes of text. Having been a Microsoft Office user for years and more recently using Apple's Pages program, I really didn't get why someone would turn to a text editor for word processing.
That is of course, until I used one myself.
"Byword nails that fine line between useful and fiddly with features and options." David Sparks
Lately I've been using ByWord for Mac and iOS. It's simple, clean interface makes journaling and blog posts a snap. From a devotional perspective, my journaling has taken on an almost poetic style and I owe it to ByWord. No joke, it makes a difference. My shelves of journals (maybe 10-12 books?) are now in digital version and I can write anytime and basically anywhere.
What are you using to journal or for daily devotions?
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